Reluct



verb (used without object)
1.
to struggle (against something); rebel.
2.
to object; show reluctance.
verb (intransitive) (archaic)
1.
(often foll by against) to struggle or rebel
2.
to object; show reluctance

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    noun 1. unwillingness; disinclination: reluctance to speak in public. 2. Electricity. the resistance to magnetic flux offered by a magnetic circuit, determined by the permeability and arrangement of the materials of the circuit. noun 1. lack of eagerness or willingness; disinclination 2. (physics) a measure of the resistance of a closed magnetic circuit to a […]

  • Reluctancy

    noun 1. unwillingness; disinclination: reluctance to speak in public. 2. Electricity. the resistance to magnetic flux offered by a magnetic circuit, determined by the permeability and arrangement of the materials of the circuit. noun 1. lack of eagerness or willingness; disinclination 2. (physics) a measure of the resistance of a closed magnetic circuit to a […]



  • Reluctant

    adjective 1. unwilling; disinclined: a reluctant candidate. 2. struggling in opposition. adjective 1. not eager; unwilling; disinclined 2. (archaic) offering resistance or opposition

  • Reluctantly

    adjective 1. unwilling; disinclined: a reluctant candidate. 2. struggling in opposition. adjective 1. not eager; unwilling; disinclined 2. (archaic) offering resistance or opposition



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